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Canada fedezera 
Hi, i'm currently using an hdmi-vga converter since my monitor is kinda old so it doesn't have HDMI input. The problem is when i'm close to a smoke, or even when i get flashed sometimes, my screen goes black with the "no signal" sign for like 5 seconds. I've been told that many people that use converter have this problem. Is there a proper converter that may solve this problem? Or maybe some config.
2021-06-13 21:31
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buy a new monitor. you can just get some cheap 60hz one. rather than spend a few hours trying to fix this problem
2021-06-13 21:33
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Canada fedezera
I've tried with another monitor, but it looks laggy af, idk why. Mine even though it's 75hz, looks really smooth. I can't play with 60hz. Maybe i should try another one
2021-06-13 21:35
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if it's still laggy check response time? some monitors arent for gaming but have high hz for movies
2021-06-14 03:18
Converter?? wtf men, you are living in 2005? i think you have to upgrade OR there may be the off change your GPU is dying, how old is it?
2021-06-13 21:38
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Canada fedezera
The gpu is pretty new,i also tried it out without the converter in another monitor and it works really well. I'm saving to upgrade mobo and cpu, so it's not worth it buying a 60hz monitor, and i can't afford a 144hz rn.
2021-06-13 22:45
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You can get used like for free or super cheap.
2021-06-13 22:48
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Canada fedezera
yeah i guess i'll do that
2021-06-13 22:56
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Brazil okemas
No idea but BUMP for you))
2021-06-13 22:48
did you try a better HDMI cable? old HDMI bandwidth supposed to be only able to deliver 60Hz
2021-06-13 22:52
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Canada fedezera
I mean, i'm using the HDMI-VGA converter because my GPU doesn't have VGA and monitor doesn't have HDMI. So i plug the VGA in the monitor and the converter, and the converter is plug in the HDMI of the GPU. If i use the VGA on the MOBO, there's no problem, so i guess the problem is the converter.
2021-06-13 22:56
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glenwing.github.io/adapters/?output=HDMI VGA is able to output up to 100Hz as far as i know, but if your HDMI converter/cable don't then you have a bottleneck. Check which version of HDMI they suport.
2021-06-13 22:58
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Canada fedezera
That may help me. Thank you so much sir, i really appreciate it <3
2021-06-13 23:01
i also used a converter before due to the same reason, but i never encountered any issue like this.
2021-06-13 22:58
your monitor doesnt support hdmi-thats why,even if you convert it just buy new monitor so you are telling me your gpu doesnt have dvi cable ? whats your gpu?
2021-06-13 23:05
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Canada fedezera
i have a 1650super, 2 dp and 1 hdmi. But my monitor only supports VGA. I'm currently using an hdmi-vga active converter. I could try with a dp-vga converter.
2021-06-14 03:05
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its the converter fault try different and if its the same-just buy a monitor with hdmi port
2021-06-14 06:47
I may be wrong but these converters require external power to convert the signals, so you may need a active converter for this.
2021-06-13 23:08
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Canada fedezera
I've got this one http2.mlstatic.com/D_NQ_NP_2X_676206-MLA.. I guess it's active.
2021-06-14 03:07
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Asia Blitzer
buy a used hdmi monitor while saving for the 144hz
2021-06-14 03:36
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